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Diversity and Chinese Language Week

This week is ‘New Zealand Chinese Language Week’:

New Zealand Chinese Language Week  (16-22 October) is a Kiwi-led initiative aimed at encouraging New Zealanders to discover Chinese language and culture. 

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Notes from the Bardo of life

Day by day, time goes slowly in psychiatric hospital for Bodhisattvas. Lack of motions is what drags me down — oh, I wish to become free again. 834 more words



In modern society, food waste and regeneration are the most important issues, after investigation, every year, New South Wales each household thrown away more than 800,000 tons of garbage, worth more than 2.5 billion, and these are abandoned Food is usually sent to the landfill, and food decomposition of greenhouse gas methane than carbon dioxide will cause 25 times greater damage to the environment, not only pollute the environment but also affect human health, in the future, what method to use As a solution, I decided to design a converter that converts food into usable fertilizers or seeds, and people can be self-reliant. 360 more words


The Controversial Empress Wu

I have yet to figure out this blogs main theme, but I am looking to research what I am most interested in (European medieval/renaissance/baroque history and women’s history), but I found the Empress Wu so fascinating I had to post this blurb that I wrote about a month ago. 1,322 more words


Wah Kee Wu Oil Painting On Silk. Traditional Chinese Classic Style.

Wah Kee Wu Oil Painting On Silk. Traditional Chinese Classic Style.
Original Oil Painting On Silk By Wah Kee Wu In Traditional Chinese Classic Style. Wu Is Noted For His Exquisite Ornithological Renderings In The Natural Environment. 19 more words